Have you ever wondered what Jesus’ ministry was all about? Who was Jesus? What did He do on earth? And what did He ask the disciples to do?
Throughout scripture, Jesus was love. He went about casting out demons from those possessed, healing the sick, and speaking the Good News of the Gospel. He never asked for anything in return accept to simply believe in Him.
What does that mean for us today?
Jesus was with God from the very beginning. When Jesus went to the cross, He said “It is finished”. He broke every curse, every disease, every plague, everything that could come against those of us who believe in Him. By shedding His blood and hanging on the cross, Jesus gave authority back to us. By His blood, victory is ours against any principality that does not align with God’s loving word.
As believers in Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, we are to become more like Jesus every day. We are to fellowship with Him, love Him, love our neighbors, help those in need, and go about setting captives free.
The Holy Spirit resides in every believer. Every where you go, He goes. The Holy Spirit is very present and alive today.
As we go through our daily lives, we should be touching others with the love of Christ. Whether you speak God’s word or you are present in their time of need, whatever God asks you to do, simply do it. In these last days people need to see Jesus in a strong, loving, compassionate way and you may be the only person they have an encounter with that can change their lives.
It doesn’t matter how big or small your task may be. God will finish His work through you and touch all those who He wishes to touch through your life. Be brave, bold, and focused on the one true God. For Jesus said He is the way, the truth and the life (John 14:6). Lean on Him, learn from Him, thank Him and do all He has called you to do. These end days are filled with lies and deception. Be the one who stands above the crowd. Yearn to hear those precious words “well done, good and faithful servant” (Matt. 25:23).
These days are difficult and filled with hopelessness. Be the one who shines brightly and impacts those around you. For you never know what that person is thinking or going through. Just one small gesture could save a life in the midst of their pain.
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